Khalid is Coming to a Stage Near You on His “American Teen Tour”
Khalid is taking his American Teen act on the road.
It seems like the littiest vibes will occur on the tour bus and the stage this summer.
The recent RCA signee announced a 25-date North American tour set to run through out the summer. The “American Teen Tour”, named after his debut which hit the shelves on March 3, will be his second headlining act. Kicking off on July 12 at Portland, Ore Roseland Theater, the summer trek will come to a close on September 21 in San Francisco.
The rising teen star is just getting his feet wet but his pockets don’t look it. Away from his collabs with heavy hitters like Calvin Harris and Future, Forever 21 announced a new global campaign #F21XMUSIC that will feature the young star.
“Personal style is really important to my everyday life, so it’s really cool to be partnering with Forever 21 and F21XMUSIC this summer to spread the message and music of American Teen,” Khalid shared in a statement about the partnership. “I made this album to freeze-frame where I am in life, at the beginning of young adulthood, and celebrating lots of incredible milestones for the first time.”
Check out the tour dates below.
7/12 – Roseland Theater: Portland, OR
7/14 – The Showbox SoDo: Seattle, WA
7/16 – The Catalyst: Santa Cruz, CA
7/19 – The Observatory North Park: San Diego, CA
7/20 – The Observatory: Santa Ana, CA
7/22 – Brooklyn Bowl: Las Vegas, NV
7/23 – Celebrity Theatre: Phoenix, AZ
7/24 – Sunshine Theater: Albuquerque, NM
7/26 – The Aztec Theater: San Antonio, TX
7/27 – House of Blues – Dallas: Dallas, TX
7/28 – House of Blues – Houston: Houston, TX
7/30 – Center Stage: Atlanta, GA
8/1 – House of Blues – FL: Orlando, FL
8/2 – Revolution: Fort Lauderdale, FL
8/5 – The Fillmore: Silver Spring, MD
8/6 – Paradise Rock Club: Boston, MA
8/8 – Corona Theatre: Montreal, QC
8/9 – Rebel: Toronto, ON
8/10 – Theatre of Living Arts: Philadelphia, PA
8/13 – Terminal 5: New York, NY
8/17 – House of Blues – Chicago: Chicago, IL
8/18 – First Avenue: Minneapolis, MN
8/20 – Ogden Theater: Denver, CO
8/25 – The Novo: Los Angeles, CA
9/21 – Nob Hill Masonic: San Francisco, CA